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61. State history. Native Americans. Crime. Miscellaneous. 1936-08-15 State history. Native Americans. Crime. Miscellaneous. 1936-08-15 State history; Native Americans; crimes; miscellaneous; Violet Lind; Robert B. Piper; Frank Yuse, judge; vagrancy; Native American women Violet Lind, Indian, fined $25 as a vagrant. - Justice Frank Yuse fined Violet Lind, Indian, $25 for vagrancy after Patrolman Robert B. Piper testified in police court yesterday that he had arrested the...

62. State history. Native Americans. Crime. Miscellaneous. 1936-11-26 State history. Native Americans. Crime. Miscellaneous. 1936-11-26 State history; Native Americans; crimes; miscellaneous; Frank Bradley; Gertrude Bradley; Frank Elliott; Isabel Peone; Frank Yuse, judge; Spokane, Washington; reckless driving; manslaughter; vagrancy; drunk driving Pay for death crash, or jail. - Isabel Peone, 66, Tekoa Indian, whose car, illegally driven by Frank Elliott, 56, crashed into one operated by Frank Bradley, 35, November 14, causing his death, may have...

63. State history. Native Americans. Crime. Miscellaneous. 1937-04-05 State history. Native Americans. Crime. Miscellaneous. 1937-04-05 State history; Native Americans; crimes; miscellaneous; Hiram Sine; Baptiste Andrews; John Joseph; Albert Scrimpt; Yakima, Washington; murder; counterfeiting; rape; child molestation; Native American women Indian's trial to be held this week. - Trials of Hiram Sine of Yakima, indicted on a counterfeiting charge, and Baptiste Andrews, 67-year-old Indian charged with the murder of John Joseph, 59, were expected...

64. State history. Native Americans. Crime. Miscellaneous. 1937-05-03 State history. Native Americans. Crime. Miscellaneous. 1937-05-03 State history; Native Americans; crimes; miscellaneous ;Alfred Tuft; fatality; reckless driving Question Indians in hit-run case. - While police inspected a tan coupe parked in front of the police station, the owners, two Indians from Arizona, were held for investigation over the week-end as suspects...

65. State history. Native Americans. Crime. Miscellaneous. 1937-06-03 State history. Native Americans. Crime. Miscellaneous. 1937-06-03 State history; Native Americans; crimes; miscellaneous; Obid Williams; Alma Fletcher; Wellpinit Indians; Spokane, Washington; reckless driving Indian trial delayed. - Hearing of reckless driving charges against Obid Williams, 69-year-old Wellpinit Indian, was continued to June 3 in police court yesterday. Williams' automobile struck Miss Alma...

66. State history. Native Americans. Crime. Miscellaneous. 1937-11-13 State history. Native Americans. Crime. Miscellaneous. 1937-11-13 State history; Native Americans; crimes; miscellaneous; Lloyd Bidgood; Coeur d'Alene Indian Reservation, Idaho; Howard White; Basil Peone; Willard Peone; Harry Lowly; Walter Boyd; reckless driving One of Indian quartet pays. - Fined $13 for reckless ride with three other tribesmen. - Lloyd Bidgood, an Indian, pleaded guilty in probate court today to charges of reckless driving and operating a car...

67. State history. Native Americans. Crime. Miscellaneous. 1937-11-19 State history. Native Americans. Crime. Miscellaneous. 1937-11-19 State history; Native Americans; crimes; miscellaneous; Sidney G. Swain; James Semoe; Spokane, Washington; Portland, Oregon; Emma Louis; Ignace Semoe; J. Stanley Webster, judge; juvenile delinquency charge; parole violation Parole charge faces Indian. - On the complaint of Sidney G. Swain, United States probation officer, James Semoe, 16-year-old Indian, accused of parole violation, will be returned to Spokane from Portland,...

68. State history. Native Americans. Crime. Miscellaneous. 1933-12-16 State history. Native Americans. Crime. Miscellaneous. 1933-12-16 State history; Native Americans; crimes; miscellaneous; disorderly conduct; Patrick Hassett; Julia Matthews; Tom Ford; Will Gua Indians, sailor start local war. - Tom Ford, 45, Indian was cut about the face in a fight at the Central hotel early this morning.

69. State history. Native Americans. Crime. Miscellaneous. 1933-12-16 State history. Native Americans. Crime. Miscellaneous. 1933-12-16 State history; Native Americans; crimes; miscellaneous; ; Indians, sailor start local war. - Tom Ford, 45, Indian was cut about the face in a fight at the Central hotel early this morning.

70. State history. Native Americans. Miscellaneous. 1931-11-02 State history. Native Americans. Miscellaneous. 1931-11-02 State history; Native Americans; miscellaneous Protect your money--but make it work. - An aged Indian woman of the Nez Perce tribe living on the Colville reservation died last week. Living in comparative poverty, it was revealed at her death that for...

71. State history. Native Americans. Miscellaneous. 1931-09-02 State history. Native Americans. Miscellaneous. 1931-09-02 State history; Native Americans; miscellaneous Steel and stone structures replace tepees of Indians / by Rene Albourne De Pende.r
Here where we today have builded this fair empire of the west,
Here when strife and hunt was over Indian braves...

72. State history. Native Americans. Miscellaneous. 1928-08-05 State history. Native Americans. Miscellaneous. 1928-08-05 State history; Native Americans; miscellaneous White Swan is Indian center. - Probably be strategic point on proposed Mt. Adams highway--Trading post. - Native art collected. - Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Truesdale been accumulating for 20 years / by Hannah...

73. State history. Native Americans. Miscellaneous. 1929-03-01 State history. Native Americans. Miscellaneous. 1929-03-01 State history; Native Americans; miscellaneous How cougar kills told by Indians. - Details of tragedy on reservation brought to Omak by Mrs. Gallier. - Omak--Details of a tragedy which occured near Wellpinit when an aged Indian was killed by a cougar...

74. State history. Native Americans. Miscellaneous. 1928-01-07 State history. Native Americans. Miscellaneous. 1928-01-07 State history; Native Americans; miscellaneous Indian candidate tallies virtues. - Crawford congress aspirant from 2nd district. - Wade Crawford, ex-superintendent of Klamath Indian reservation, visited Portland yesterday and cited his qualifications...

75. State history. Native Americans. Miscellaneous. 1927-06-10 State history. Native Americans. Miscellaneous. 1927-06-10 State history; Native Americans; miscellaneous Indians without salt. - According to the "Handbook of American Indians," not all of the tribes of Indians were accumstomed to using salt; whether from difficulty of procuring it, the absence of the habit,...

76. State history. Native Americans. Miscellaneous. 1926-05-16 State history. Native Americans. Miscellaneous. 1926-05-16 State history; Native Americans; miscellaneous Real old Indian fighter at show. - Custer celebration in Montana to have James Chamberlain, pioneer. - Spied red uprising. - Driven from fort, fell in with hostiles and escaped to sound alarm to fort....

77. State history. Native Americans. Miscellaneous. 1928-02-27 State history. Native Americans. Miscellaneous. 1928-02-27 State history; Native Americans; miscellaneous Chief says, "Leave Flapper Alone". - Chief Scott of the Nez Perce Indians and his assistant chief and interpreter Saturday were invited to visit Jimmy Bruneau, chief of the Shoshones, who is critically...

78. State history. Native Americans. Miscellaneous. 1932-07-31 State history. Native Americans. Miscellaneous. 1932-07-31 State history; Native Americans; miscellaneous Good Indians. - After living with the Indians in the Pacific northwest, we know them better than those pioneers who said that "the only good Indian is a dead one." Taken by and large, they measure up well...

79. State history. Native Americans. Miscellaneous. 1918-03-24 State history. Native Americans. Miscellaneous. 1918-03-24 State history; Native Americans; miscellaneous Gives concert on street car. - Bewildered Indian woman sings on long ride--Police take hand. - Singing in a falsetto voice, Rosa Spokane, an aged Indian woman, formerly a member of the colony in Indian...

80. State history. Native Americans. Miscellaneous. 1915-10-08 State history. Native Americans. Miscellaneous. 1915-10-08 State history; Native Americans; miscellaneous Forests afire; Indians menaced by starvation. - That Indians to the north of the province are generally facing starvation and that thousands of square miles of forest are in flames is the report brought...
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